'Kotadeniyawa OIC, 4 others guilty of illegal detention'

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A special team comprising high ranking police officers has found that five police officers including the Kotadeniyawa OIC and the Crimes OIC were responsible for the alleged illegal detention of a teenage student and a father of one over the killing of five-year old Seya sadevmi.

The special police investigating team which included Gampaha SSP Padmasiri Munasinghe and ASP K.A.J. Kodituwakku under the instructions of Western Province Senior DIG Pujith Jayasundara and Gampaha DIG L.G.Kularatne, also found fault with the five officers over the non-returning of the student's computer accessories that were taken in to police custody.

The student and father of one Kelum Attanayake who were in remand for 12 days were released as their DNA reports did not match.

This inquiry was initiated following a complain made by the student who claimed he was assaulted and detained for four days. He also complained about the non-receipt of the equipment that were taken in to custody.ASP K.A.J. Kodituwakku who conducted the investigation said the Kotadeniyawa Police OIC and four officers responsible for this incident would be served with charge sheets. (Tharindu Jayawardene)
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  • iSilva Tuesday, 01 December 2015 09:22 AM

    Now what? Send the out of the country as diplomats?

    onlooker Tuesday, 01 December 2015 10:23 AM

    Politeness Obedient Loyality Intelligence Courtesy Efficiency P O L I C E ( Has the politicians taken them away from the P O L I C E ?

    Sincere Tuesday, 01 December 2015 10:37 AM

    Now this is what Yahapaalanaya is. During yamapaalana regime, such Police officers were not only protected but also offered diplomatic posts.

    Mason Tuesday, 01 December 2015 11:16 AM

    Glad to see something good happening. Will this matter go the length to a logical conclusion, compensation for the victims and jail terms for the officers.

    gobbaya Tuesday, 01 December 2015 12:17 PM

    nice to hear OIC kotadeniyawa back in the news DM Android App

    lkboy Tuesday, 01 December 2015 12:15 PM

    What do you mean by SUCH officers?


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